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Thread: Centreon basic integration

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    Centreon basic integration

    Hello,

    Currently I have a fully working (nagios compatible, nothing fancy) Centreon (2.3.7) / Shinken (1.0.1) setup with just one problem, I can't verify Shinken configuration with the shinken "nagios binary".

    It seems Centreon require the "Total warnings / errors" at the end of the "Flight check".

    I've asked the Centreon team at Solutions Linux and it seems this line was displayed in older versions of Shinken.

    I didn't test the GIT version.

    Any idea ?

    Thanks

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    Re: Centreon basic integration

    Yes, it seems this line get out since long in fact (I can't even find it in the 0.5 version). The checking way is no more counting errors or warning and this will take time to add it back. I'm creating a ticket for this, but I don't know when it will be managed.
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    Re: Centreon basic integration

    Maybe I can help on it, if you just need time, I know a little about python.

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    Re: Centreon basic integration

    If you want yes

    The code is at https://github.com/naparuba/shinken, and the file where it check the "correct" is shinken/objects/config.py
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    Centreon basic integration

    Since Im soon releasing a new version of the OSDK, I was wondering if it would not be the right time to integrate txt2bas and bas2txt as parts of the OSDK.

    Basicaly this would mean:

    1 Possibility to add .BAS files in the osdk_config.bat files
    2 Running osdk_build.bat would generate a .tap file as usual
    3 Running osdk_execute.bat would launch Euphoric and run the tape file

    Basicaly I was thinking about that when this guy few month ago came and asked how to use BASIC on the Oric. Integrating it in the OSDK would mean me adding some additional sample programs, like a Hello World Basic, and perhaps some examples on how to integrate assembly code with basic...

    What do you think of that ?

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